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final journey today. let's take a live look right now in los angeles. here the crowds gather to take a look as the shuttle make its 12-mile trip from los angeles to its new home at the california science center. stephanie stanton talked to the experts about how they're going to move the giant shuttle through the streets of los angeles. >> reporter: the shuttle "endeavour" departed l.a.x. on its 200,000-pound transport vehicle and began rolling around 2:00 a.m. >> 80 wheels, and each wheel can move independently, but they're all computer controlled. >> reporter: spectators lined the streets for a chance to witness history. >> it's just the american dream. it's an american icon. it's an american hero. >> and liftoff. >> reporter: after 25 missions and millions of miles in space, "endeavour" will soon call the california science center home. captain mark kelly served as commander of "endeavour's" final space mission and said fans will get an extra treat when visiting the shuttle. >> they'll try to display it in the vertical with an external tank and rocket boosters like it's on the laun
los angeles where a gunman has opened fire at a business and a nearby home. three people have died, two others are wounded. right now investigators are still searching for that shooter. >>> a neighbor describes the business as a family-owned fire extinguisher company. this is all happening in the city of downey, about 20 miles from los angeles. >>> good afternoon, everybody. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. >>> a big weather story developing right now. hurricane sandy could have a big impact on us. >> storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson is keeping a close eye on this. >> confidence has really been increasing with each computer models, guidance we look at. the storm system sandy, as a hurricane, could move very close to the east coast in that time period of the end of the weekend. and through the early part of next week. let's talk about it here. today, of course, w50e6 had clouds moving through. storm system right now far koun down to our south. you can see some of the northernmost part of the cloud shield hitting areas of southern florida right now. the position on
trend for people in los angeles, fans are swatting. what they did is called a place and said, somebody's waving a gun near justin bieber's los angeles house. of course, a s.w.a.t. team comes out. they find nothing. this just happened to miley cyrus, ashton kutcher. find something better to do. such a waste. >> all those resources going in there. the tv choppers that shoot the video. >> yesterday we talked about lindsay lohan and her mother. that's qte a mess. what do you have on that? >> we're finding out the reason they got into the argument is lindsay lohan's mom, her house was supposedly going into foreclosure, so lindsay gave her mom $40,000, and she wanted it back, i guess her mom didn't want to give it back to her. here's what i don't understand about celebrities. they just confuse me. they're fighting. she said, i'm being kidnapped, and mom is on cocaine, whatever. the next morning they're hugging it out. i'm confused. what's really going on. >> maybe they're confused too. >> i think i understand why lindsay lohan has all these i. we kw where she gets it om. >> politics getting
nfl player alex karas died today in los angeles. he was a defensive tackle with the detroit lions. he gained more recognition later for his acting. he played the role of the adoptive dad in the 1980s sitcom "webster." and he played a cowboy who punched a horse in the movie "blazing saddles." he died at home in los angeles. karas was among more than 3,500 players suing the nfl for head injuries. his family said he battled dementia as well as heart disease. >>> get ready to bundle up tonight, folks. >> chief meteorologist doug kammerer tells us how much we'll need to bundle up. >> and you know what, it's not going to be bundling up as much tonight as tomorrow night. and really the next three to four nights. although tonight will be chillier than when you woke up this morning. right now dealing with just a few clouds. nice afternoon. 69 degrees at the airport. winds out of the west at 7 miles per hour. as far as the temperatures around our region go, i want to show you a great camera shot near the gaylord national hotel. sort of a spider web here. i've been trying to brush that off all d
at this. it has gone viral, folks. >> whoa! >> is that your sister station? that's ktla in los angeles. >> knbc. >> so they're doing a live shot for the 11:00 news last thursday and there it is. the cockroach. robert kovacik. a cool report he. then people were tweeting things like, nothing bugs robert. >> does he know it's happening? >> yes, he knows it's happening and he's totally fine. >> calm under pressure. >> good reporting until it crawls into your ear, you know? >> do you ever feel the itchiness on you? that's what i feel. >> wow! viral video of the day today if you go to hot 99.5.com. >>> there's an old phrase. sleep on it. it might work for solving some of your problems. >> if you have a tough decision to make, whether it is buying a house or i wonder if i should quit my job and get a new one, sleep on it. i never thought about this. they asked 1,000 participants to think about a tough emotional decision that they had and then they weighed the outcomes. those that made the decisions on the spot were found to be far more emotional and did not make the right choices. those that
the campaign had in mind. then again, this pint-sized star is anything but shy. at a los angeles station this week she took the interview in her own direction. >> are people laughing with you or at you? >> i'm sure there are people laughing at us. so we're laughing at ourselves, too. >> reporter: last month, even anderson cooper had a tough time keeping a straight face. >> i see why there's some problems when you put a 7-year-old on tv. but i don't think as a society we're going to stop doing it. >> reporter: her mom said she's putting the family's salary in a trust fund for each of her kids and donating some of it to charities. for now, this pop culture phenomenon is showing no signs of slowing down. >> there's no turning back. ta train has left the station. >> she's a handful. >> mm-hmm. >>> coming up, cashing in on the special sauce. still ahead, how a man is making big bucks from something that expired in 1992. >>> and a group of thieves with an unusual technique. what they used to break into a home. >>> coming up on news4 at 5:00 tonight, a bomb plot foiled in new york city. >>> a s
likely to suffer sports injuries than athletes who got fewer hours of sleep. children's hospital of los angeles presented the study at the national conference of american academy of pediatrics. >>> pediatricians say boys are starting puberty earlier than ever. a new study concludes boys are hitting the first stages of puberty 6 to 24 months earlier than in previous decades. the findings mirror a similar trend among girls. doctors say african-american boys are now entering puberty at the age of 9, most other boys are hitting it at 10. the study from the american academy of pediatrics includes data from more than 4,000 boys. the study authors say the cause of the change are still unclear. >>> the sky is falling, a tire comes crashing down to earth hitting a car and smashing through a roof. so where did it come from? >>> and we'll tell you why e.t. has a brand-new home, to phone. as governor, i cut five billion dollars in spending and balanced the budget every year. and tim kaine and i both cut our own pay as governors, to lead by example. mark warner and i reached across party lines to ge
of skateboarders vandalized stores and trashed the streets in los angeles. michelle tells us it all started with skateboarders when they couldn't get the movie they wanted to see this weekend. >> reporter: an angry mob of skateboarders ran amok through hollywood. seen here in this youtube video, from a frantic driver and passenger caught in the middle of the mayhem. they were throwing bottles while bystanders were shown running for their lives. they had to deployed more than 100 police officers. the commander tells me about 8:45, a group of about 1,500 skaters showed up to watch a free premiere of "break and destroy." the problem is, the theater only holds 600. those reportedly turned away reacted in violence. >> i just saw everybody in the streets, and like it was going crazy. i think somebody tried to open the door. and then somebody saw the door open and everybody started to rush in. >> reporter: that entrance door, along with window displays were destroyed. the caretaker of the theater refused to talk to me, but next door the owner of hollywood tattoo, he said he etched in his shop whil
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